This month I hyped up an image I took in Volente on a lot I just listed.
There are actually a lot of places where waterfalls form just below hairpin turns all around Central Texas. I know of a few on Lime Creek Road, as well as along Cow Creek and several others. When driving, look at the low side of sharp curves with valleys leading down the other side. Often, there will be a wet weather creek. When building roads, they tend to choose the level spots which can be right above minor waterfalls.
When I see a spot like this, I usually try to remember it (if accessible and not private land) for a future rainy day photo. In this case, I was asked to come sell the land and saw the drop-offs, then waited for rain.
The image is a few long exposures combined into one photo. I popped things up a bit in this version. The image I am using to market the property is intended to be truer to real life - except for the blurred water. For a calendar, a slight exaggeration fits.
What do you think?
Real estate artist